There are few commentators as beloved as one of the voices of the NRL Andrew Voss.
The Aussie commentator has been over England to cover to the Rugby League World Cup with the BBC and has been loving life.
He’s been able to cover plenty of magic moments including New Zealand just edging Fiji in a terrific quarter-final last night at Hull FC’s MKM Stadium as well as Jamaica’s first ever World Cup try after which he famously said “hold the back page of the Jamaican post.”
He has also loved attending some of the best and biggest stadiums in English rugby league.
A lover of Warrington as a rugby town and Warrington Wolves’ Halliwell Jones Stadium he also described Leeds Rhinos’ Headingley Stadium as “heaven.”
He also enjoyed having the opportunity to go to Newcastle United’s St James’ Park, home of Super League’s Magic Weekend, in the opening game amongst the 43,000 fans watching England tear through Samoa.
Now though Voss has been to one of the most historic stadiums in rugby league in the shape of Bradford Bulls’ Odsal Stadium and it’s safe to say he loved it taking to Twitter to say:
One of the most amazing rugby league grounds I have been to in my life. Odsal Stadium. Home of the Bradford Bulls, 104,000 crowd here at 1954 Challenge Cup final.”
One of the most amazing rugby league grounds I have been to in my life. Odsal Stadium. Home of @OfficialBullsRL. 104,000 crowd here at 1954 Challenge Cup final. @fanfoxleague @VossyBrandySEN @telegraph_sport @FOXNRL pic.twitter.com/eo6sH3w8dm
— Andrew Voss (@AndrewVossy) November 6, 2022